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Director: Hoyt Yeatman

Cast: Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, Jon Favreau


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Two time Oscar-winning visual effects artist Hoyt Yeatman makes his feature directorial debut with this Jerry Bruckheimer-produced family film following a group of highly trained guinea pigs on their mission to prevent an evil billionaire from taking over the world. Beginning in the Civil War -- when


Two time Oscar-winning visual effects artist Hoyt Yeatman makes his feature directorial debut with this Jerry Bruckheimer-produced family film following a group of highly trained guinea pigs on their mission to prevent an evil billionaire from taking over the world. Beginning in the Civil War -- when carrier pigeons delivered messages from the front lines -- the American government has been covertly training animals to work in espionage. The latest government program is a clandestine espionage team known as "G-Force," which includes a team of ultra-intelligent guinea pigs who share 98.7 percent of their DNA with humans. Comprised of unpredictable weapons expert Blaster (voice of Tracy Morgan), alluring martial arts expert Juarez (voice of Penélope Cruz), stealthy reconnaissance expert Mooch, and a star-nosed mole named Speckles (voice of Nicolas Cage), who specializes in computers, this crack team of agents is fronted by heroic squad leader Darwin (voice of Sam Rockwell). When a deranged billionaire hatches a plan to control the entire planet through common household appliances, the G-Force leaps into action on a mission to ensure that he does not succeed.

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All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
Produced by action-meister Jerry Bruckheimer for Disney, G-Force has all the crazy chases and daredevil stunts of his typical films (National Treasure, Bad Boys, etc.), but they've been scaled down to be more kid-friendly. The setup involves a scientist (Zach Galifianakis), who has spent grant money from the Department of Homeland Security training animals into an elite special-forces unit. The trio of guinea pigs that form the heart of the crew consist of the leader, Darwin (voiced by Sam Rockwell); the flirty but tough Juarez (Penélope Cruz); and the fearless, crazy Blaster (a perfectly cast Tracy Morgan). All three work closely with a tech-whiz mole named Speckles (voiced by Bruckheimer regular Nicolas Cage). The team must stop a home appliance mogul (Bill Nighy) from turning his products into a robot army that will take over the world, all while they're being hunted by an FBI agent (Will Arnett) who wants the G-Force program shut down. As is often the case with Jerry Bruckheimer productions, the story is far less important than the spectacle, and while "spectacle" in one of his films usually means lots of explosions and cars flying through the air, G-Force is unique for having cute talking animals -- rather than muscle-bound alpha males -- leaping away in slow-motion from the fireballs. The action sequences aren't particularly memorable, but they're entirely competent and kids will certainly get a kick out of them. There's a paint-by-numbers moral about family that runs through the movie, but it's there more for parents than for anyone else -- children aren't going to expect (or want) to learn anything from a movie where a furry critter rides inside a remote-control car as it jumps over a line of toy trucks. Your ability to enjoy G-Force will correlate directly with how funny you find the idea of guinea pigs as action heroes, meaning the movie's core audience (and a handful of adults) will have a fun time, but it's going to seem awfully standard to parents who are more than familiar with the Bruckheimer formula.

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Special Features

Audio Commentary with director Hoyt H. Yeatman, Jr.; Blasters Boot Camp: Blaster (Tracy Morgan) gives viewers a high-energy, high-tech orientation into the elite world of the G-Force; G-Force Mastermind: Hollywood legend Jerry Bruckheimer and CG effects whiz Hoyt H. Yeatman, Jr. reveal the inspiration for this exciting adventure; G-Farce: Bloopers: A collection of light-hearted flubs from the set that prove to err is not only human!; Deleted Scenes; Three Music Videos:; "Jump" by Flo Rida featuring Nelly Furtado; "Ready To Rock" by Steve Rushton; "Go G-Force"; Cine-Explore with Darwin, Blaster and their Creator: Darwin, Blaster and director Hoyt H. Yeatman reveal the secrets behind G-Force covert operations and the groundbreaking computer graphic work that brought this elite team of Guinea pigs to life; Bruckheimer Animated: A retrospective of groundbreaking computer graphic effects in the work of Jerry Bruckheimer, plus an inside peek into the top-secret creation of G-Force's state-of-the-art visual magic; Access Granted: Inside the Animation Lab: Director and computer graphic master Yeatman Jr., takes viewers on an exclusive tour of the high-security facility and shows how the G-Force was animated from initial sketches to completed performances

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Nicolas Cage Speckles
Sam Rockwell Darwin
Jon Favreau Hurley
Penélope Cruz Juarez
Steve Buscemi Bucky
Tracy Morgan Blaster
Bill Nighy Saber
Will Arnett Kip Killian
Zach Galifianakis Ben
Kelli Garner Marcie
Tyler Patrick Jones Connor
Piper MacKenzie Harris Penny
Dee Bradley Baker Mooch
Niecy Nash Rosalita
Justin Mentell Terrell
Loudon Wainwright Grandpa Goodman
Max Favreau Mouse
Hoyt Yeatman Mouse
Jack Conley Agent Carter
Gabriel Casseus Agent Trigstad
Michael Papajohn FBI Techie
Mini Anden Saber's Assitant

Technical Credits
Hoyt Yeatman Director,Original Story
Bojan Bazelli Cinematographer
Jerry Bruckheimer Producer
Deborah Evans Production Designer
Mark Goldblatt Editor
Jason Hellmann Editor
Duncan Henderson Executive Producer
David P.I. James Executive Producer,Original Story
Ronna Kress Casting
Ronna Kress Casting
Ellen Mirojnick Costumes/Costume Designer
Kathy Nelson Musical Direction/Supervision
Chad Oman Executive Producer
Trevor Rabin Score Composer
Mike Stenson Executive Producer
Cormac Wibberley Screenwriter
Marianne Wibberley Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- G-Force
1. Opening Credits [:00]
2. Saber Infil [:00]
3. Complications [:00]
4. The Feds [:02]
5. Reassignment [:00]
6. Meet Hurley [:00]
7. Kid's Choice [:00]
8. Undercover [:00]
9. Brothers [2:38]
10. Saber Sense [2:29]
11. The Great Escape [3:55]
12. Clusterstorm [5:58]
13. Telling the Truth [4:02]
14. The Chase [4:36]
15. Going Live [5:20]
16. Mr. Yanshu [3:55]
17. Family [2:48]
18. Special Agents [5:01]
19. Party Time [7:40]
20. End Credits [4:55]


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G-Force 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Embers_Night More than 1 year ago
Personally not a favorite movie of mine, it was alright, not the best. My friends and family said they loved it and would watch it like fifty times, but it wasn't my type of movie. It could have a better story line and better characters. The whole talking guinea pig thing made me feel like I was younger. It's more of a child's movie then a teen or adult movie. If you're a mother in need for a movie to make the kids sit still, this is the movie for you, if you're a teen looking for something awesome to watch or an adult look for something else. It's not the best.sorry.
MommyOf2IL More than 1 year ago
I expected this movie to bore me to tears & numb my brain, but it was much better than I expected. I liked the plot lines of making your own family (verses the one you're born into) & always being there to help your friends. My boys (age 3) absolutely love this movie, even though it's not a cartoon! I'd recommend this for someone with kids.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
enjoyable movie. good for whole family.
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